Barnstead NH News

June 22, 2016


 

REMINDER

 

The Pittsfield High School Class Of 1966 50th Class Reunion  will be held in the Pittsfield Congregational Church vestry on July 23rd from 3-6 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. If you can attend call Pete Riel at 603-269-8861.

 


 

Barnstead Old Home Day is looking for food vendors on September 17th.  Email contact jahlisa714@yahoo.com  or you can send a self address and mail it to the town hall for an application.

 


 

Barnstead Historical Society

 

The Barnstead Historical Society will be meeting on Thursday, June 23, 2016 at the Barnstead Town Hall.

 

There will be a pot luck supper at 6PM and the business meeting at 7PM.

 

We invite all to our meetings, to enjoy the history of our town. We are grateful to accept any pieces of history that would add to our collection.

 

We look forward to seeing you on June 23rd. For information call: Jeannie at 269-5441.

 


 

Please join us to celebrate Joseph C. Rogers’ 90 Birthday, Saturday, June 25, 2016 from 12 noon to 4 PM at 134 New Road, Ctr. Barnstead, NH.

 

BBQ lunch will be served. Bring your lawn chair.

 

It’s a surprise! Your presence is gift enough. Please RSVP to Beth: 603-496-2751 or Lynn: 603-545-7976.

 


 

Ice Cream Social

 

Take time out of your busy summer schedule to relax and enjoy an ice cream sundae at the Bow Lake Grange Hall, 569 Province Road Strafford, NH, on Wednesday, July 6, from 4 to 8 pm.  The Strafford Women’s Club will be holding their July Annual Ice Cream Social.  What is more fun and delicious than constructing your own ice cream sundae from a choice of vanilla, chocolate, or coffee ice cream?  Pour on caramel or hot fudge sauce, pile on your choices of toppings from a variety of fruits, nuts, jimmies and other candies.  Top with a mound of whipped cream and finish off with a bright red cherry.

 

Then sit down at a table with your friends and family or make new acquaintances as you savor the blend of flavors and the good company.  Tickets will be sold at the door—small sundaes are $2.50; large, $3.50.  Add a homemade brownie for fifty cents or take one home for later.

 

While you enjoy your sundae, don’t forget to buy tickets for the Pick-a-Prize Raffle, in which you choose the prizes you wish to win.  Drawing will be held at the close of the second ice cream social on August 3, 2016.

 

All profits from the ice cream socials go to fund two college scholarships for Strafford residents, an eight grade student award, and other worthwhile community projects.    The Strafford Women’s Club appreciates your support of fundraisers throughout the year. Phone 664-2615 for information.

 


 

Dick Burley

 

Center Barnstead Christian Church is pleased to welcome Dick Burley, formerly of Pittsfield, NH, as our special speaker on Sunday, June 26th at our 9 AM Sunday School Hour and at our 10:00 AM worship service. Since leaving the area, Dick has been working with the Open Air Campaigners ministry.  The mission of Open Air Campaigners is to take the gospel of Christ out from the church and into the public arena. Day in and day out you will find Dick and Diane proclaiming Christ on busy city sidewalks, in marketplaces, in parks, on college campuses, in NYC and other cities in America. Come join us and hear what God has been doing in the Burley’s life and through their ministry in NYC.  The Center Barnstead Christian Church is located on Route 126, next to the Town Hall.  For further information contact the church at 269-8831.

 


 

Oscar Foss Memorial Library News

Bryson Lang @ BES!

Children in grades K-8 had a great time watching and interacting with Bryson Lang during his fabulous performance at Barnstead Elementary School on June 2nd. His show was presented by the Oscar Foss Memorial Library to help kick-off their 2016 Summer Reading Program. Funding for this Kids, Books and the Arts event was provided by the Oscar Foss Memorial Library, the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation, CHILIS, Cogswell Benevolent Trust, and was supported in part by a grant from the NH State Council on the Arts & the National Endowment for the Arts as well as funds administered by the NH State Library and provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

 

Rock & Read- A-Thon!

On Thursday, June 30th at 6:30pm the Oscar Foss Memorial Library will be hosting a Rock & Read-A-Thon Party to start our 2016 Summer Reading Program, “On Your Mark, Get Set, READ!”. There will be lots of music, dancing, and reading, so come join us for some fun! Registration for our Summer Reading Program has begun and signing up is easy online or at the library.

 


 

Barnstead Elementary School Third Trimester Honor Roll

 

The following students in Grades 4-8 at the Barnstead Elementary School have earned HIGH HONORS or HONORS for the Third Trimester.  Students who have received A’s in all of their subjects qualify for HIGH HONORS.  Those students who have earned A’s and B’s in all of their subjects qualify for HONORS.  In addition, students qualifying for HIGH HONORS and HONORS must have received grades in effort and conduct that are average or above.

 

GRADE 4

HIGH HONORS: Connor Bagnell, Grace Brooks, Gwenivere Christie, Serafine Cormier, Cole Cote, Lani Demers, Lia Doyle, Derek Hopkins, Joseph Howlett, Shannon Kelley, Ethan Kenerson, Vera Littlefield, Rylee Lounsbury, Dillon Miller, Erin Rawnsley, Trinity Shampney, Aijah Thoroughgood, Kaitlyn Vigue, Reagan Webb, Sarah White

 

HONORS: Samantha Bergeron, Lexie Booker, Reese Burke, Ethan Capsalis, Ren Connors, Haley Davis, Seth Gardner, Hannah Graffam, Abigaile Grillo-Moore, Eli Kriete, William LaGraize, Kaela Marchildon, Aden McPhail, Caden Mix, Cameron Nelson, Charlotte Nourse , Anthony Sanborn, Justin Sanville, Ella Smith, Tomisha Smith, Lucas Tiede

 

GRADE 5

HIGH HONORS: Luke Carter, Ashley Chmiel, Tyler Cote, Cameron Gagnon, Owen Mahanes, Glidden Martin, Madelyn Penfield, Bruce Rawnsley, Madilyn Ray, Kaylee Riel, Peyton Enis Yearout

 

HONORS: Jayden Booker, Blake Brown, Sam Caldwell, Alexina Charity, Samantha Christiansen, Lauren Croft, Olivia Fanjoy, Brooke Fournier, Robert Goodwin, Jeremy Hayes, Kirstin Howe, Ramsey Lytle, Ella Misiaszek, Madilyn Neathery, Hailey Pitman, Makayla Richard, Savannah Russo, Ainsley Sabean, Willow Sanborn, Amber Shine, Jillian Simpson, Mallory Smith, Zackary Sullivan, Michaela Vernazzaro, Ian West, Abigail Wittenberg

 

GRADE 6

HIGH HONORS: Megan Burnette, Hannah Capsalis, Kailee Cody, Dominique Couturier, Emma Graffam, Kathryn Hamilton, Ethan Howe, Conner Lebrun, Alexis Lyle, Lyndsay Lytle, Emily Sanschagrin, Jaren Unzen, Liam White

 

HONORS: Rachael Adkins, Colby Beauregard, Emalee Bunker, Jaden Burt, Savannah Cheney, Kyle Cookinham, Ean Corliss, Meado Detris, Breanna Dumond, Rylee Duquette, Madison Fifield, Juliana Grillo-Moore, Spencer Grow, Cloe Hillsgrove, Trevor Lavigne, Jeremy Lincoln, Steven Littlefield, Ally Long, Alexis Lyle, Rylee Marchildon, Tazanna Roberts, Sophie Sarno, Deuce Smith, Melody Sylvester, Don Terrio, Cody Tiede, Ryan Warr

 

GRADE 7

HIGH HONORS: Lucas Bilodeau, Payton Everett, David Fossett, Xena Hill, Kassidy Kelley, Taylor Kiley, Madeline Kriete, Ashley Vatcher, Emma Vignola, Fiona Wilson

 

HONORS: Joseph Boudreau, Theodore Broska, Emma Doyle, Madelyn English, Hannah Errington, Cyrus Gates, Audrey Jacques, Kaci Janczak, Samantha Kenney, Skylar Presbrey, David Parker, Adam Ross, Autumn Sheets, Trevor Smith, Caleb Towle, Becca Wenzel

 

GRADE 8

HIGH HONORS: Ava Blair, Tessa Carter, Sara Frenette, Aidan Gehly, Reilly Gray, Georgie Martin,  Lily Michaud, Ava Misiaszek , Samantha Simpson, Keegan Unzen, Gwen West

 

HONORS: Kylee Abbott, Kelly Barnes, Kylie Beauregard, Ryker Burke, Amberlynn Cookinham, Ariel Cormier, Alyssa Craig, Thomas Howlett, Meagan Irving, Cameron Michaud, Lily Michaud, Logan Neathery, Megan Sarno, Lexi Tallent, Marcus Terrio, Eli Whittington

 


 

Letter To The Editor

 

Hello Barnstead,

Barnstead Children need your help! Help your children continue the services that the Parks & Rec provide. It cannot be done without your help, the Barnstead Parks & Rec Commission is in need of volunteers! BPR needs people to run the Soccer and Basketball Programs. We need to get started as soon as possible.

 

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Commission, running (co-running) a program or team, coaching or refereeing (high school students can earn community service hours), please submit a letter of interest to the Selectmen or call 776-2934 for more information.

 

Thanks to volunteers, the Archery Program moves ahead. The 8 to 12 year olds will finish up this coming Friday and the 13 to 18 year olds, along with ADULTS, both male and female, will start July 8th at 5 pm behind the Police Station at the Archery Range. Equipment will be provided, safety devices, bows of various draw weight and arrows. Sign-ups will be handled at time of lessons or call 776-2934 for preregistration. The cost of Teen and Adult instruction will be $20.00 per person with a limit of $40.00 per family for the full course of approx. 10 weeks.

 

Bruce Grey

 


 

Nighthawk Hollow Seniors

Submitted By Beverly A. Goodrich, Secretary

 

The Nighthawk Hollow Seniors will meet at noon at the home of the president, Christine Sanborn, at 29 Main St., Alton, on Wednesday, July 6. From there we will go to the River Run Deli and then decide whether to go to the president’s cottage on Lower Suncook Lake, or to Alton Bay. Please bring swimsuits, if you wish to swim. This is the month to pay dues - please bring $4. For more information, please call Christine Sanborn at 875-2676.

 


Obituaries


 

Fred Newton Scott Goodrich

Fred Newton Scott Goodrich, 83, of Barnstead, NH, passed away on June 13, 2016 at his home in Alton Bay, NH.

 

Fred was born in Providence, RI on February 16, 1933. He was the fourth child and second son of Robert M. and Marion Scott Goodrich. He was a graduate of Moses Brown School and went on to the University of Rhode Island for his BSEE and Pepperdine University for his MBA.

 

He is survived by his wife, Sylvia; his children: son, Scott Goodrich of Hancock, NH and daughters Jeannette Mahlen and Keri Tate of Seattle, WA; five grandchildren and four great grandchildren as well as many extended family members; his sister, Grace Goodrich Ward of Cincinnati, OH, also survives him.  His siblings, Robert M. Goodrich Jr. of Rochester, NY and Marilyn Goodrich Guenther of Syosset, NY preceded him in death.

 

Fred enjoyed traveling with his wife Sylvia and cherished his time with their families. He was an active outdoorsman and continued to alpine ski, golf, and sail up until his death. He was an avid New England sports fan and nearly always had some sporting event on TV. He was a member of the British Car Club and enjoyed numerous hobbies including restoring cars (especially his MG’s), woodworking, rowing, and tinkering with any mechanical or electrical device that needed attention. Fred was also a pilot and had a plane in his younger years. He proudly served in the US Army in Germany post WWII.  Fred was an integral member of the team that designed and installed the radar systems on the USS Enterprise.

 

Fred was an engineer at his core. He worked for Hughes Aircraft for many years and later RCA and MITRE Corp. He was also a successful businessman and co-founded Cellular Specialties, Inc. with his son Scott. He was very proud that the company grew to employ nearly 200 people. The ideals and contributions he made touched the lives of many and he will be remembered for his kindness, earnestness and his dry sense of humor.

 

If you would like to make any donations in Fred’s memory please send to JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) at 175 Ammon Dr., Suite 201, Manchester, NH 03103 – Ph. 603-222-2300 A private memorial will be held at the convenience of the family.

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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